Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)
- Class of 1966
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' ' . • i " ' . ' ■_ ' ' •- ; " ' ■ ' 8 ' ■ ; • m w ' . ' ■I HH ru T?M W WfWT ' , YLX i ■ - - f m- M $ w, w W4 zss t xi r r+ r I ' 9IJg9 " » I j rr. 1 s :if; ■ il» IlSTv. Une axifraae 1966 JJiassacnuseffs cj a e Cjo jeae tt?£ at j-jtcnoura . W fr- J ' itc iQura, JKassacn use h Hi ... 8S •% ; • it. ,w- •» - ' » ' -4 »- ctf y £i3$.. iderson iitt « j rv. PAot. tfe vu. e.s.s Manai " •. « ■• ' t£i -C s ■ ■ % xv m zr. " Tfi .-• -e-., £ ilH «6 »..»■ v. 5, ore w or j 7, ids d tf wo roaas oiuerai in a yellow wooo, Jino sorry y cou o no travel botn Ana be one iraue er y Zona S7 s ooo Jino looAeo oown one as far as J cou o Jo w iere it bent in tne unoergrocuin; Robert frost flRHMB •+S i ■;vi rSSTTTT JBl W, i -V- ' ' : - ■ - ■ .:■ -,• «.-■•■;■ • - . .-, ; .iriAA UaoJe of Gon enh ADMINISTRATION 10 ACADEMICS ACTIVITIES SPORTS UNDERCLASSMEN 92 SENIORS 104 8ft J resioenfs JKessaoe My relationship with the class of 1966 has always been a close one. Together, we have witnessed the revamping of our physical facilities, as well as an increase in enrollment. From freshman year, the class of 1 966 captured the spirit of Fitchburg State and used this spirit to attain significant academic and extracurricular lents. I have been proud of you and I will continue to point with pleasure to the future successes that are awaiting you. Armed with education and that special perseverance of the young, the class of 1966 will leave the college community to :heir mark on a larger one. I hope your loyalty and love for Fitchburg State College will continue to grow during your alumni years. Q «,7n V [ 10 James JZ Jlammond 7 J resicfenl ni w OF STl 1)1 KS Dr. Helen Russell received her 1 . . from Lebanon Valley College and her M.A. and Ph.D. from Cornell University. Well known for her articles in science journals, Mrs. Russell has served as state chairman for the National Association of Bio- logy Teachers. When not solving the academic prob- lems of the college community. Dean Russell enjoys cooking, writing, and the out-of-doors. DEAN OF MEN Mr. William H. Fitzgibbon re- ceived his B.S. and M.S. in Education from Fitch- burg State College and an M.S. from Worcester Poly- technological Institute. He has also done graduate work at Boston University, the University of Connecti- cut and Eastern Michigan. Mr. Fitzgibbon is respon- sible for finding loans, scholarships, employment and housing for the men students of the college. DEAN OF FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE Dr. George C. Merriam did graduate and under- graduate work at Clark University, received his DEAN OF WOMEN Miss Josephine Bolger re- ceived her B.S. in Education from Boston University and an M.A. from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Her academic career has also extended to Columbia University and Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Miss Bolger has served over Fitchburg Stale College for thirty-seven years; twenty years as Physi- cal Education Instructor and seventeen years in her pi ' - ' -nl capacity as Dean. ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT John J. Boursy received his under- graduate degree from Holy Cross College in the field M.A. from Brown Univer- sity and his doctoral de- gree from Clark. Dr. Mer- riam looks forward to many improvements in the college ' s program DEAN OF EVENING STUDIES Philip McMur- ray, Dean of Men for nine years, has assumed the new position of Dean of Evening Studies. He is well trained for his post, having graduated from Manhat- tan College, received his Ed.M. from Fitchburg State College and done extensive work at BosT h Uni- versity. DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDY Dr. Roger Holmes, a graduate of Wesleyan University, received his Ed.M. from Boston University, and his Ed.D. from Teachers College at Columbia University. Dr. Holmes fulfills two important roles at Fitchburg; he is Dean of Graduate Study and head of the Social Studies Department. of business and has done graduate work at various colleges and is a former manager of a chamber of commerce. DEAN OF ADMISSIONS Joseph F. Durant re- ceived his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston College. Dean Durant, who specialized in guidance and psychology. i responsible for admis- sions, placement and the piogram o| Irolunan orienta- tion. In the near future. Mr. Durant hope to do onie work in the counsel I iii ' j ol lmlent . jrz I Everyone, as a prelude to, or a pari of maturity, readies a crossroad where two roads diuerae in a yellow wood. dhe ij ioice of a profession is suc i a crossroad and here, a serious decision must be made. dortunaie y, for us, our faculty chose me u fess traveled " road and made tne journey armed with intellectual excitement and dedication. Durina tne past four years, our teachers have been he piny us to choose our road by exposina us to new and conflicting ideas, and a variety of social and intellectual experiences. (. )e cannot say what our faculty could have been, had they taAen tne other road, out we can express our gratefulness for tne opportunity of learning from inezn. ( in ineir assistance we naue crossed the pains of . . . - % mm 15 or sines ana si in neu r ■ y The mathematics department serves several purposes. It pro- vides all students with some math of a general nature which can be used in various other fields as well as those of its own pure and applied mathematics. This department offers a background in math for everyone including special courses for those students who wish to specialize in teaching math in the elementary school as well as those who plan to teach math in the secondary school. Miss Haskins Mr. Angelini V Mr. Copoulos 7acu (u I i il • tfi M. Haskins i lii i ilos 16 ! M I • .. ..I „ SCIENCE BUILDING A 17 o naa an. (J haAespeare The primary effort of the English department, in connection sith all the students, is to cultivate the abilih of the students to express themselves clearly, succinctly, and forcefully in speech and writing; and to develop an understanding of, and potential interest in, literature, both English ami nierican. The English department - with its majors, especially those not intending to be teachers, to learn a much oi the whole field of English expression - xpeditiously as possible to l c readily acceptable to the graduate school of their choice. faculty Dayton D. Dennett Cowen Bourn George M. Case Daniel L. Healy John P. McGrail M. Irene Miranda Louis P. Shepherd Lillian Tater Dr. Dennett Head of the Department 16 Miss Tater Mr. Casassa Mr. Shepherd Mr. Case JU. m - • The Social Studies department includes History, Geography, and Sociology. The overall main objective in History is to de- velop an understanding of and a continuing interest in the significant experiences of the human race. The primary effort of the Geography department is to develop knowledge, understanding, and interest concerning man ' s relation to his physical world. The main concern of the Sociology department is to impart an understanding of the structure, institu- tions, and forces of society. Dr. Holmes Head of Department c a es and oocumenfs )r. Leoi Miss Cox ' , Robert F. Holmes Norman Carson John P. Clark Robert T. Ehrlick Joseph E. Underwood Muriel G. McAvoy Catherine Cox Veva K. Dean Lillian Kent Orin A. Leonard Mr. Eerlich Dr. Dean Vfr. Carson 21 or mo us As and ■ . , ' Mi H " ■ " -. Zfc- ' rf The mysterious realm of science is explored by the Chemistry, Physics and Physical Science de- partment. The preparation of teachers is the primary concern of the physics and chemistry segments. The physical science courses are supplements for biology, nursing and medical technology majors. The Biology department offers programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Biology as well as Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. In addition to contributing to the student ' s development in the liberal arts, the course offerings give the student a background in the biological sciences and a train- ing in the scientific method. These enhance his ability to convey information to others, to operate in at lab- oratory situation, in addition to increasing his ap- preciation and understanding of himself and his en- vironment. faculty Henry D. Gaines Mire O ' Malley George F. Steffanides Frank E. Wolf Robert A. Zottoli William F. Fitzgibbon Helen R. Russell Hasan Bey William A. Bovvers George F. Condike Theodore LaPierre Karl R. Lindquist John A. McNaney ir. I inci iuisi Mr. Lapii 23 Dr. Kent Head of Department o larmomes an j The primary objective of the Fine Arts department is to make the students as aware as possible of different art expressions, the art of different historical periods, the styles of great individual artists and to try to give the students grounds for making critical judgements in the arts. The depart- ment tries also to encourage and further the skills of individuals through the use of studio courses, performance groups and independent study in such subjects as Counterpoint and Composition. The Art department members are themselves, creative artists. Dr. Fritz and Mr. Arseneault have had exhibitions of their work; Dr. Kent has published some twenty compositions and Mr. Semerjian has engaged in making transcriptions and band arrangements. ties . Mr. Arsenault r Jaca tij Dr. Richard Kent Mr. Harry Semerjian Mr. Elmer Arseneault Dr. Robert Fritz Coach Elliot Head of Department of sAi Is and sAirmisnes Physical Education Eor Women affords the individual the opportunity to par- ticipate in ;i variety of healthful activities for the achievement of general physical development anil particular fundamental skills. The continuation of the basic course Includes activities such as tennis, archery, badminton, basketball and folk danc- ing. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of a general knowledge of team games ad well as the development of individual skills and the elements of fair play. The primary objective of the Physical Education for Men is the physical, mental, social, and emotional development of the whole man through the medium of selective physical activities. The physical deals with physical conditioning and the development of motor skills. The mental is concerned with the knowledges that are inherent in selected activities, histories, rules, etc. The social and emotional deals with the development of the individual as an individual and in a group. Competition and cooperation foster all qualities that make up the individual and his actions in a group. .faculty Robert Elliot Thomas Battinelli Marion Clark Elaine Stickney £ . jjLIi rfWBR ' . f i ' _■_;.,• _ — , BT PARKINSON GYMNASIUM v ■ ■ h IB ' Ml $ . . -%• 1 :i • " -- £ of tales ana topics a The primary objective of the college library is to supplement and enrich the curriculum of the college l v obtaining and making- available suitable books and other materials. It is also an objective to attempt to satisfy the personal Interests and recreational reading of the students and faculty and to encourage reading for all purposes. The library also provides a quiet place to study, convenient to reference material-. Evelyn Weacliter Librarian 29 richie ana rreuo o Plato in one ol lu earliest dialogues, contended that man is by nature a philosophical animal: that the unexamined life is not worth living. Man. in other words, is driven to seek nourishment and self-preser- vation. The questions: hat constitutes the universe? Who am I? Where am 1 going? How ought 1 to act? What is truth? Is there a God? are still being asked toda) as the) were 2500 years ago. Man continues to philosophize because he needs intelligence in the conduct of life. Through philosophizing man gains insight into his world, solves problems of how life ought to he lived, and perfects his own being by acquiring new breadth of mind and depth of perspective. It is the purpose of this department to expose the students to these philosophical problems and to some of their various solutions as they have been developed through the centuries from Plato to Sartre. Thus, the student will receive many sources from which he may build his philosophy of life. Mr. Michael Conlon m Mr. Richard DeCesare 30 ■ IjehauioraJ vci ' eni Dr. Harry Crowley 3! tar) department ' s mam purpose is lo develop well organized l! able elementarj teachers w i t H a knowledge of children and their specific I ite most important experience in this development is that of practice teaching during which the student- have a partial orientation to, and as- sume complete responsibility for a group of children. The department tries to give its students an awareness of modern d.i teaching so they will have progressive experimentation in a number oi ateas. including Reading. Math, and Science. Jacuhu Adele M. Driscoll Mary L. Roach M. Elizabeth O ' Connor Bettina M. Asselta Patricia Barbaresi Barbara A. Johnson Doris V. Lystila Helen L. Carney Marion B. Cushman Katherine E. Flynn Ann E. Green John Kraemer Elizabeth A. Maney Robert S. McDermott Margaret M. McDowell Anne Marie Norton Irene M. Passois Helene S. Riley Dr. Driscoll Head of Education Miss Roach Elementary Education Supervisor 32 Mr. Lor i Miss Cushman Principal Edgerly School Miss O ' Connor Principal Dillon School Mrs. McDowell Miss Barbaresi Mrs. Passios Mrs. Green : Miss Asselta « ? ' . Kk7X Mrs. Kilev Mr. Franciosi irs. Mixer iii i« i» 1 US III HI •■«» l " K M EDCERLY SCHOOL 34 Iiss Norton Mrs. Flynn Mi Vf l lennotl 35 The aim of the Secondary Education Department is t( prepare teachers of junior ant senior high school. This depart ment offers education course as well as specialized course in the student ' s major. The cli max of the student ' s training Dr. Robert Greene Assistant to Dean of the College Dr. Francis Powers Secondary Education o aspirah ' ons and adolescence JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Mi ■ l it § romes with the semester of student teaching. This enables Jie student to take over the role : f teacher in his own class- room and gives him first hand, practical experience in the slassroom situation. Mrs. Baker Mr. W. bl Mr. Condon 137 ac( t, y Joseph Underwood, Principal Kathryn Baker Richard Condon Joseph Farias Robert Greene Alfred Hobbs Anna Philbin Signe Antila Frances Marshall Edward Sullivan Everett Isreal Frances Lamey Miss 1 Miss Antila 38 m Mrs. Marshall Mr. Hebb Mr. Israel Dr. Donnelly Head of Department This department prepares teachers in the area of Industrial Arts for the secondary schools of Massachusetts. These areas include Woodworking, Metalworkiug, Graphic Arts, Technical drawing, Pow- er Mechanics, Electricity and Electronics, Crafts and General Shop. The department also offers courses which are designed specifically for Elementary Education majors and Special Education majors. Elective courses, which are open to all students, are offered in Ceramics and Design. THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS BUILDING Mr. Hoops AC V. Dr. Koehler Mr. Thomas Mr. I 41 Mr. Han od Mr. Hobbs Mr. Carpenter Mr. Besnia II r. Hanson ano linotype faculty Dr. Edward T. Donnelly Howard J. Besnia Joseph E. Carpenter Dr. Edward F. Driscoll Erling N. Hanson Walter F. Harrod Raymond G. Hoops Dr. Everett E. Koehler David F. Ryder Rene J. Thomas Joseph F. Farias Everett N. Israel Industrial Arts major, Joe Alpert in student training Mr. Ryder or novices . Miss O ' Connor Mrs. Kelley Dr. Katherin Sehl Rita Driscoll Barbara Kelley Patricia Ann Robinson Miss Swanson en nurses Miss Baruion of na i . . . of naiu x The Special Education department provides a continuous program of courses, application, and evaluation in catering to the needs of teaching the mentally retarded. At present this department offers courses in the areas dealing with the exceptional, emotionally disturhed and physically handi- capped child. In the future the department plans to offer courses dealing with the gifted child as well. The first-hand practical affiliation of the students with the religious, in- stitutional and recreational activities under a variety of settings with con- tinuous evaluaion supported by professional courses, consultations, and the use of resource personnel are also an integral part of the Special Education program. Dr. William Goldman Head of the Department Miss Anne May 46 Ii , Robert W einbui g a nurfi no nurture Department receives gift from Probis Club 47 Miss May narrates student panel. I L 5 Mr. i i) i n ' - |i-ych class ■ iu ' Lirkl-iiir ...o so infers and sprains . . . . Miss Maraaret Peterson R.N. - £ - V, Mil of ease and efficiency 51 • ■« •;% « •? Uhe fauahter piled path of comradeship and aaiefu is a most pleasant and necessary road to follow. S t is one pain that we cannot travel alone. We must fin A arms to wall? ano worn with others. f7i is nere that we turn for relief when tne pressures of acquiring an education threaten to overwhelm us. 17 t is hie re tnat we nurture friendship, explore ideas, ' net u foqef£erness r ancf develop a social self. hoove of fearninq and fooe of fife qive value to each other r J£e academic path ancf social path run parallel to each other out the " wain must somewhere meet, is uf to us to oridqe this aap between them. 53 - lAoe pnJan ocieiu OFFICERS President Carol Butler Vice-President Carole Butler Recording Secretary Beverly Ruggieri Corresponding Secretary Judith Goff Treasurer Sharyn Baker Social Chairman Eileen McDevitt MEMBERS Shirley Adams Judith Anderson Deborah Barry Bonnie Bateson Dorothea Bengiovanni Deirdre Cadarette Barbara Demerski Marlene Feingold Audrey Feldman Paulette Forest Diane Hatcher Paulette Henchey Donna Holder Linda Johnson Pat Knox Bettye Kook Rita Leuci Linda Machler Beverley Mahoney Joan Manning Anne McGonagle Mary Lou Meliski Lynn Merrill Margaret O ' Connell Esther Ostrowski Patricia Parzick Joan Rastalis Sue Simpson Sandra St. Croix Barbara Seney Khristine Shonak Francis Smith Janice Smith Marj Sullivan Linda Sv. ide Linda [aylo] Paula Taj I ' M Marsha Ventura Barbara alulak Mai J iin W J man 55 3 Hhi Delta H 0F1 n i rs David Sampson tident icis Deignan S cretarj John Rodriques sponding Secretary Petei rokara Hirer I : i ac Mr. Ryder MEMB1 RS Arthur Augenstern Stanley Barac Ste en Bianchi Garry Candelet Steven Cornwall Richard Frazer Steve Gordon illiam Grady Richard Jaillet Steven Johnson Paul Jolie Robert Leddy Richard Liston Ralph LeClere intent Mack Edward Marks Cha rles McCallum Danien McCarty Robert Montminy Robert Pariseau Michael Peck Bruce Perkins Fred Perrone John Rodrigues John Salo George Shelton Edward Sibley Roger Stevens Daniel Sullivan Theodore Thompson Richard Tiernan Fred Turner Edward iscardi Jeffrey Williams Edward Willwerth ■i Yenkavitcfa Edward Yargeau Norman Zanziboni 56 4 IMI pv " jBES jSKu t| 4K j HIE ' Bftliir - L mJ l mh 8 4 J nuode emic L)ocie y President Jo- Ann Cechin Vice-President Patricia Carson Recording Secretary Connie Ferus Corresponding Secretary Veronica Sullivan Treasurer Carol Ramondelli Social Chairman Mary Beth Fafard MEMBERS Virginia Burke Sandra Courcy Johanna Coyle Sandra Dilulio Nancy Emerson Patricia Erw in Patricia Fiorini Frances Fournier Elain Korzon Marion McKay Jane Mathicu Beverly Busa Ann DiPlacido Gail Buskev Susan Leger Cheryl Silver Barbara Snell Monica Sullivan Deanne Suzor Marilyn Thomas Donna Wiegel Marj bite I ' ilccn clinlci Barb ira Bui l - Joan Clark I .iiifl.i I [aj den Rosem ii I fickey Janice Jones ( Ii. I I I r Dorothj I ew is I ' .ii i [( i.i Mm i .i w in i i Nutting 59 M ollcld As OITk I RS 60 tident Donald Romeo tident seph 1 eBlanc surer Henn Devlin Corresponding Secretary Kii hard Selinga Recording Secretary rheodore Vining Ml MBERS M hael Bender Robert Ruberti Robert Ducbarme James George Fredrick Gillis Richard Hosmer Leonard Williamson John Logan Samuel Pawlak Robert Ringuette Ronald Worden Joseph Ryan Richard Smith Henry Shackoy Louis Carnacchioli Anthony Alario Arthur Carlow Joseph Connelly Stephen Dooley Thomas Horrocks William Kelly Bernard Leclair John Lee Robert O ' Brien William Rafferty Bruce Xordstrom Michael Shepard Michael Timmins Thomas Turner Theodore Vining Roy Conway Donald Wherren David Amico Frank Barron James Besarkarski James Burke James Catalini Paul Celuzzi Dominic Ciccolini Roland Delebertis Barry Finneran Richard Freedman David Gowell •■; ill 11 inson id Lame 1 ! ge Mackie Edward Marchand J.IIC,. ' I John Pelli tei Perkins ( • ree Ri hard X J Ik ■■■■■■■ m ■ " " - W RL. r . »S ' M T» tft x %i m m , 1 _. f i |J % « «■ w W. C71. 0%. President Beverly Ruggeri ice-President Barbara Demerski Secretary Linda Johnson Treasurer Carol Rammondelli l Newly formed Debating Club listens to Chairman, James McNeil. T$)ec e n Ai Gfuo President Edward Viscardi Public Relations Director . . Vice-President Deanne Suzor Sponsor Secretary Donna Weigal Andrea Sharron Mr. Lindquist V- " 63 C psi on J i Uau President Chester Morrison J ice-President Bruce Larson Secretary Michael Bender Treasurer Bernard DiNalale Sponsors Mr. Carpenter, Mr. Thomas Mr. Hanson ■ ' VI DO arses GfaS MM r». ■ President Vice-President ...... Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer . . Hedy Bonder Barbara Warren . . Linda Purdy . . Bonnie Foley . Carolyn Barrett 9 v b i £9y m mrS Sh m ■m % j I Presidcnt Elaine Korzon Vice-President Mary Bradshavv Secretary Marion MacKay Treasurer Mary Ann Santos y tiL ' I H ' -TII - " ■ A y n uoiac (j uo President Audrey Feldman J ice-President Elliot Zietsiff Secretary-Treasurer Anita Sinman Sponsor Dr. Leonard ls)Ao Robert Antonucci Nancy Badstiibner Michael Bender Jo-Ann Cechin John Clement Margaret Corcoran Bernard DiNatale Phyllis Eckfeldt Thelma Hakkarainei Betty Koocherook v M O Linda McCarthy Robert Montminy Carol Ramondelli Vfonica Sullivan Vlartin Vieweg Fanet Anderson feffrey Williams fanet Yule Steven Johnson Dorothy Kelly Jommufjng Jjoard President Robert Antonucci Vice-President Terry Turcotte Secretary Paul Levanti Treasurer Linda McCarthy Sponsors Dean Bolger, Dean Fitzgibbon : JlTen J s Dormitory L joard President Arthur Augenstein Secretary John Andrews Treasurer William Kelley Senior Representative Henry Devlin Junior Representatives Arthur Carlow Francis Rolinson Sophomore Representatives Francis Baran Robert Leddy HERL1HY MILLER JItiffer T)ormitori President Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Sponsor .... Z -- - . -- - .!■ ' " ■ DORMITORY J aimer Dormitory Jloarcf President Linda Suide Vice-President Linda Machler Secretary Linda Taylor Treasurer Anne McGonagle Sponsor Mrs. Marie Harrington HALL PALMER HALL i a L Soard Diane Richards Colleen Cox Rosemary Hickey Betty O ' Malley . . Mrs. Majorie McNally t I w « i m z OCeaj nan Cj uq President Peter Tokarz J ice-President Susan Nadeau Recording Secretary Susan Simpson Corresponding Secretary Margaret Corcoran Treasurer Joseph Yenkevitch Sponsors Mrs. Flynn, Miss Maney, Dr. Nash hichbura ynoustrial Arts President Vice-President Treasurer Sponsor m ...iiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniii! mMAMM 1 1 1 1 1 1 II ■ I r LimjumuLJu NEWMAN CLUB .Jjand President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Sponsor Hssociaiion Barry Bell Bernard DiNatale Bichard Huot Mr. Hoops — :;.ni CENTER , Albert Pierce Michael Gerry Elliot Joy Barbara Seney Anita Sinman Mr. Semerjian special tjducaiion Cj uq President Margaret Corcoran Vice-President Joan Rastalis Secretary Maureen Buividas Treasurer Anne McGonagle Auditor Deidre Cadarette Sponsor Dr. Goldman Drama CjA 6 President John Hathaway Vice-President Charlotte Autry Secretary Eleanor Chase Treasurer Muriel Shankman Sponsor Mr. Casassa " Dock Brief " 72 ■ •_ ' Produclion c jiudeni Jooernment .dent Jeffrej illiams ■President Daniel McCarthy responding Secretary Marilyn Thomas Recording Secretary Bettj Koocherook Treasurer Steven Johnson or Representatives Mary Brad-haw Richard Jaillet, Karen Levland. Larrv Jayne Junior Representatives Ann DeYeso Robert Antonucci. Peggy Nevvhall, David Audette Sophomore Representatives James Parsons Beverly Mahoney, Wallace Gay, Virginia Wheeler Sponsors Miss Bolger, Miss Tater, Mr. Fitzgihbon, Mr. Angelini, Mr. Copoulos i (u uaen Qjnrisfian Jiss o ciaiion President Karen Leyland Vice-President Priscilla Pineo Secretary Barbara Nelson Treasurer Arthur Harrington Sponsor Dr. Koehler 7 Mary Beth Faford, confers with Bob Montminy, Editor-in-Chief § 2 BmmsVue tWlMI } t CUT MinarJ " pm la our amofj. f Publish monthl) bj the students of State College, I itchburg. Mass (First Place Columbia Press Association 1964 1965) Robert L. Montminj Editor-in-Chief Mary l!cth Fa fan I Managing Editor Mar-. ' arrl Pillion ews Editor Andrea I , I harron Feature Editor Donna Lavoie Special ' rutin,- Editor Martin .1. O ' Brien Sports Editor John Clement, Martin V ii tveg Literar) Editors Lawrence L Lapiei re Photograph) Editor Richard C. Baile] Illustrator I hei j I Silver Business Manager Patricia Parzick, Charles McCallum Publicity Department Ann.- Michaud Ex hange Department Dr. Dayton N. Dennett Faculty Advisor Adams Printing Corporation i 3? 75 President Ellen Cavanagh I ice-President Clare Cavanagh Secretary Lorraine Brodeur 7 rcasurer Diane Hatcher Librarians Lynn Harley, Linda Purdy Sponsor Dr. Kent 76 " I ' inian ' s Rainbow " ■ »■•»»«, z lee Cj uo J resen s Jiandefs u Miessian )? ; i . . M 9 • ? if Madi i Chi istmas i • muter ' s lounge. 77 E9H • ' ■■.■■■■ «f jr ■ 78 ■ ift. 79 uo a o on Qjoc e i r ? OFFICERS President Sandra Stratton Vice-President Betty Koocherook Corresponding Secretary Patti Hoylie Recording Secretary Linda Howe Treasurer Anne Hemingway MEMBERS Carolyn Bradley Maureen Buividas Janet Carlson Ellen Cavanagh Sarah Charles Kerrie Collins Colleen Cox Josephine Crivello Jean Dick Elena Fermani Bonnie Foley Sally Foster Linda Henneman Nancy Laughran Regina Lindsay Kathleen MacDonald Cecile Martel Darlene Maki Mary McMahon Michele Morgan Barbara Nelson Peggy Newhall Marcia Palo Janice Parker Nancy Peterson Priscilla Pineo Noreen Roberts Mary Ann Santos Mary Smith Maureen Struble Barbara Swercewski Jean Thomasian Patricia Walsh Barbara Warren Janet Yule Mk. m « ' ff c aue e aoeieer uoc e i y OFFICERS President : Anthony Falco Vice-President: Dick Hunt Treasurer: Ray Bauchanl Secretary: Robert Murphy Alumni Secretary: Lauri Moilanen M KMBERS David Audette Daniel McKercher Peter Buchan Frank Meola Bernard DiNatale ( in. I ■■,■ I!i c|l Victor Col; uen Christopher Sullivan John Goodale Michael Talbol Neale Gravelinc John Di Natale Ra) Hebert Ronald K i ikorian Charles Kornik Robert LcBlanc Paul Noiseaux Carl man Anthon) Sokalowskii I or Sugi 1 1 « - Steven l. nch Josc|)li Tiidello Leonard Vmburgey Robert Vntonucci Barr) Bi Paul Bi II William Colo .. Scotl I leei ing ( leo I redette I eonard I o ke loseph rlamel ( harles Hitch B( I ira I homas I andr) I ' LeBI inc 83 L ooos Jlonor c oc e t President Michael Bender Secretary-Treasurer Bernard DiNatale Sponsor Dr. Holmes J os anoJhfos ess QjIud President Jack Hathaway Secretary-Treasurer Mary Ann Santos Sponsor Mrs. Russell Z9i ifn s we, me members oer± of tne class of I960, select a patn of life (j iraoef we cannot resist tne temptation to pause at Ine crossroad to suroeu tne ac ne cements ana successes of our followers. J lie underclassmen are a Mefy ot full f t ie energy and idealism of tneir age . § I • I a Q fl c n j? i Freshmen President Philip Aroldi Vice-President Barbara Flanagan Secretary Kate Driscoll Treasurer John Jeffrey Winter Carnival Chairman Pam Bealer Sponsors Miss Haskins Mr. Harrod ' m Soph lomores 1 .dent Edward Marks ' President Rita Leuci Secretary Eileen Quinn reasurer John McCarthy Sponsor Mr. Erlich v " r B r H ♦ | •° R5 - we 9 4Bk 4 iM . :t « .£ ka _ «•»»-•-= ■MNMM I Jun President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor ■ ■ mm idiinsib irs Joseph Connelly . . . Stephen Chapdeline Patricia Carson William Kelley Mr. Gaines C)e cannot choose to travel ang pain an ess me are pngsica lg able. Jjeing pngsicalfg sound isn Y a mere natter of bulging biceps ana rigorous worAouts. J t is being aware of t ie tremendous physical capabilities innerent in man and cuorAing to develop tin ' s potential. sports programs provide a excellent means for ibis development as well as a i exciting, dgnamic experience n cooperative teama rr. 93 -» ,- » q TEAM James Catalini Steven Chapdeleine Henry Devlin Fredrick Farrell Neil Graveline Robert Montiminy Samuel Pavvlak Robert Ringuettw Martin O ' Brien Henry Schakoy John Stalmack Thomas Turner cS, ler Fredrick Turner Arthur Vienneau Ted Vining MANAGERS Charles Callahan Robert Hunter Philip Jacobs COACH Eugene Casassa ' » . - I I. H We don ' t know what it is coach, but well get il OUCH! i mmM f%Q .j Now let " ? try it with shoes 95 Co-captains — Ringuette and Pawlak 8 WINS— 2 LOSSES Fitchburg Opponent 3 Alumni 1 1 Westfield 2 2 Rhode Island 2 Gorham 1 5 Willimantic 2 1 Castleton 2 2 Salem 1 5 North Adams 5 Keene 3 2 Plymouth 1 You caught it Maih.nou open our eyes. Get ' em, Hank. n : Et foot in . . . ( harleston, ( !hai leston a AfA Ml Foul ui ' l linn it ' s omt. 97 VA f ' J wsr «- a S V !■»! V -; m CBasAeibau 100 Nelson, Farrell, Fisher, Shevohuk, Pawlak 3 LOSSES Opponent 78 Lowell 83 Bridgewater 89 Worcester 09 North Adams 00 Gorham 99 Keene 93 Boston 78 Castleton 86 Plymouth 86 Lowell 99 Willimantic 99 Worcester 81 Westfield 06 Keene 65 Boston 11 Salem Any of you fellas ever tried tennis? 1 Co-Captain -Pawlak M ii 1 1 m ' M shoots. TEAM Barry Finneron Bruce Fisher Bradford Larson Bruce Mac Donald Gary Nelson Charles Panageotes Samuel Pawlak Peter Sardelis Jorma Selin James Sheehan George Shevchuk MANAGER John Komer COACH Donald Franciosi Stuff it. George. I don ' t believe it! The 4th is yet to come. Come back and pick me up. CHEERLEADERS Aud Eeldman Pat Murray— Capt. Barbara Sova Betty Adley And) Driscoll Sandy Lacey Jane Byrn Roz Hemingway — Co-cap . Peggy Moran Angela Focci Linda Fiorentino Co-Captain Shevchuk - v H 7 I | V5 3 BB Wi r • ™ SSS • « ' « »C i- ' % . J r " w • T ck : y. " " ' J V i ? e £? class of 1966) naue mac e cfiffica i decisions in our four years at Jiicnourg (u a e Cjo fege. ( )e cnoose t ie pain, of scno asiic acnieuement rainer nan tne pain of momentary social success; we cnoose a professional aoocaiion requiring cfecficaiion and maturity ratn er titan t ie mercenary pain of t ie u qei ricjn 7uicAers. i te pains we traveled were pa As of ' ■ 105 ' II. Senior ( Vass o fi r cers President George Samara Vice-President Frances Fournier Secretary Muriel Shankman Treasurer George Shevchuk Class Sponsor — Mr. Healy ACT -. Jr ' , i ■ . » " «rf»,f. boundless lauanfer and 106 108 4 5 TA D Sa 2 ra n fen special ( aucaiion J osepfi A peri Industrial r s Janet Anderson Special Education [Pauf Anderson J nous trial Arts Frances A r en on Speciaf Education )a ' afi ) fens tain Cursing tjrnesi Atuoucnon ueconoari Artnur Auaenstern SJnousfrial Arts ,Joan ioeflar (Lj emen arv ) }aron Jja ?ef ( lementari l J C ' jianleo HlfUC Jnduslfta If Is DeSoraA 7j aff i. ' Special ( ouca f ' on I nlexander oean ( femenlaro J J auf jJeaureyard Cjfementary UJiomas JjenoeneA OJemen ary MLicnae Sender S7ndus riaf Jlrfs 7jerna.ro CBennefi Industrial Arts Juaitn Jjesar earsx c ' j emen c ar y , ■• 0 s % er ruoe JJertno o (ueconaary Jie awia Jjonoer jCursina 0 yinn e j orsari yCursina JlTaft jraosnaw c emeu art C nir etJ Ajroa ( lementaru jlames Ouffard Jnduslria A or pro round nouani 1 Zr ■SJ ! V no wis fit a reams 9 9 ( irginia OurAe ( tementaru Kosemaru J) urns special C oucat on Garo e Jjuuer t lem en any L jaroara Qjannon JCursing C Ien vjauanaugh €j emenlaru .Jo- Inn ( jec j n r)cconr c art, y Jvona d Gnacf special Ooucaiion Sandra Cjnar es cjeconoari barah G iarfes (L-lementaru JlTargaret ( orcoran special ( oucaiion -•9K f , ane (jorm er L)pec a ( aucah ' on L)anora ( urcu C iru f ames JBeHHoncf 33 • ' •- ' . ' . m t •., ' , «2 r ' 5M ' ■: ' ■• jfosep£ O ' Suniuan mm Deazcation iRoaos are mysteries ... momentary, illusive connectives from somewhere to somewhere. Uhere are roac s to q ic e on, to s icfe on, to fa T on ano to oQe on. jtne choice of a roacr ooes not necessitate the completion of it C7I roacf may have an unseen obstacle lurhiny u where it bends in the uncterqrowth " Such an immovable obstacle sprung be ore Jloseph J Suh?van and jfames jBetTS oncf on the twenty -ninth cfau of October 196 J. S7i is to these in ierruptecf travelers that we cfeoQcate the 1966 Saxifrage. , onanna ( ou e jpeciaJ C (A ucation mariorie Deb ois tj ementaru L)co Deen ' na S7nous riaf Jirfs J, 2 ' ran c s Ueian an (Lj emenfaru JKa ari ann - ' Dema c OCc urs n V Ik en re y Oeo i. in (We nen a y Jjernarcf 7)inatafe J no us trial Arts Jiooert Ducnarme yn oust rial At - . y Jvoy Ducfcfu Industrial Arts Sandra Ou u i ( Je men tarn l J tn f ts rc ' Ar t ( lementaru ancu me tjeconoaru ' ■■ (V nere we worAed . . . I fcl I • • • and p ayecf . . . ami 129 .. iricia C ra in C lementaru Anaela Falcone jCursina l tnihonu Ira cone (ueconoarv Josepn raria ynous r a Jirfc Gons ance Jerus Cj emeniaru Pairicia jriorine Cy em en taru ■ tj ena Jirmani Cj em en faru Jjonnie Jo e y Kurs n ' ? Jrances Journier special Cjoucafion r Jonn freeman Jnous r al ir s JlCarcia aJIaqner t econc art .Jud t i ' A nas ( ' er an, ' ' ecfericJk ilfis jecondaru C)aro J junta tjfementa.ru J fiiffip oguen ueconoary jCancu oodneart emen ary ( Jiffiam raou ' O emen ar, J Konaw ( Jrau sJ?i ' zjeconoaru Km fl jCeafe rave ine (Jeconoart loetitia reen Special (Loucation iRic£arcf Qunze man Industrial Arts L)t saz2 Junze man Cj emen ara John J at nm en. 7 ueconoaru Inne A ' ? ? awa i ( a • en aru ■ " t? f «Hfe 3 1 i - s ■ - ■ ■ .4 . . . made friends . . . « . :L i 1 ' . " " -if t m — N , v - .- J i H k mi 1 . _ i i l . ■ . . . and nad ine time of our hues . . 35 rifir ir - i. (A; ffenneman ursina nomas Jioraan : econoa ' Jxicnard Jiuoi ynausirial irts .Jacaue ine n ' sJi special Cjoucation Jtaren ,JacAson special Cjoucah ' on A Tv cnard , azJiei £)econoaru ■ m mm (Jeconoari L) eoen .Jo i. in son tjeconoari. y Jvicnard Jlanaas (Jeconoari Unomas sCarpeicniA C emenia n U o ' O in ij A e ( ursing IKaur een Kerrigan urs ' ng J c lien H inqman ufsina J a r c a JCnox tj em en I art jnarles Tlorn A S7nous r af Mrts (Llaine JCorzon OJemen ary Tie fen oam ni Cj ementaru )ruce Jharson vnoustrial • Donna LDauoie Secondary ■■UlHHi HHHiHH H HHMBHHBHHH In in on u Loaairence Secondary fjosepn Joe Jj fane Secondary J oaer Lemire Special C duca ion ,Joanne L esiczAa ( lemeniaru A c n a C indsay Special ( oucaiion in L oqan IncfusiriaJ nets S epAen Uyncn 9ncfustriaf Ir s Jinn JKac Jar fane jCursing Jltaru Jinn fliacf ueconaart U ncen JKacJt fncfustriaf Iris Mtan ' on Jliac May Cj e n en iaru ■HlMH IBBHH tj lean or JKagner tj em en taru (Lie an or JlCc leanor Mi anaaree Jxurs ,Jane JKamieu. (j emen ari JuchtL Marcfielti Secondare ' 1 A (JAarles 1 TcC a um noi s f a J ' s Liru a IKcGat • Special ( ducaiion HHH he future II II PW " m Aea ' Tkry ' 71 ; ifeen UCcQeuilt peciaJ ( uuca io 2 ma ureen JlTc zJuire Special Ooucation JKanj McJKaJion DCt ursm ' 9 JKart£a JlCcOCeif jHistoru JKaru JKefesJti jCursina Inna TKi aehan Cj emeniaru i m. 7?o6erf JKif s ynoustriaf Arts Jjaroara MtiniuAs Jinn Mo an special tjoucation c ( san IJTij io cina ursing jrrances fICurphu X r ( •% ?( V . ' rf at ( j o i " ' , 79 k nnihontA 1 lStot ' lj Martin O ' SBr en yj o oaiy JKaraarei (j ' Gonneff Special Cjoucah ' on JKarnun ' Donne f tj em en taru i jea r ce OAerman tjlem en faru UCarcxa J J a o X,( :s ' ? humbh c j us an J aauette OCc ursm 9 Samuel J J audax industrial Arts u ' Wwi%%i ID am J a un e J I is tori 73ruce J J er ?ins Industrial Irts m r r yCanci reterson ursing , oann riccicuio Gloria rvasse ursing , J an ice J oirier JKeaical Jecnnoloai ' JKartfia Trait jCursina i oan 2.uinlan Cy ementa y JsaSe fe Raele Special Education ( ) iarn J a fertij J lis to ' Carol J amondelh tjlem en tart Donna Reicf Kursmc Cjner e Jienc a Ji s ori J ooeri rfincsuette Indus trial 7Jr .s J yeorae Jvooerts Jndu.strial Iris rCot ' a rsm 9 Mm w 3 : }xfr 89 ■ ' - ' - « . , ac( ue ne vrisn LQJinier KjarnwaJ 2tn I . . . and (viinessed . . . 159 • i II • M Bui " n fcK ! ' 160 and wisned na cue mi an I remain -oreuer Donald Tzomeo fnoustrial nris Carol Jiousseau Cj e nen aris Uosepn Jxuan Jncfustriaf " Jlris George Samara !7nous r a sir is Oauio cja npson ynous riaJ sir is Douglas Zanders 9 Cjna. tisn JKaru- Ann San os Cj e n en tart JKuriel SnanAman Cj em en faru George SneucnuA Jiisiora , J an Ice S n ' n Special tjoucation A J o ger S eo en , v vnousfrjal Ifts Janora Siraiion Special oucafjion 4 i n a is A marcia t) ucAei Cj e n en taru J nomas (Juqrue Ji ' s ory JRaru (buffiuan jCursinq , Je an Jn om as an cjeconoari j ierjc ore Ao n json L 0conoar(j J eter Jo arz S7 no us trial nrts Tllarie Jorcoletti Olemeniaru r c " W yjat ierine Jucxer cJeconoart S oroon (Jietvea t econoarn martin I ' ieaieq £)econoartj rredericA ( ' iner nous rial I is V ( ' am ( a ante cjpecia ( oucaf on )aroara Darren JKurs na Id in o a (SUeeAs ueconoary J oss Jl ' Jni ney econoaru .Jeffrey lj)i L ' ams (Jeconc aru . osepn yen-Aauitch zSeconoary d . lb ID in a a youno (Llementaru Senior D rec o y VDAMS, ELSIE, 128 Sunnyhill RiL Lunenburg Mass.. English B.S. l I I V SANDRA (Jernstrom), 28 Tyson Rd.. Worcester, Mass., Special Education ... Dramatics Club, Host and Hostess Club, Special Education Club l PERT, JOSEPH M.. 1715 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, Mass., Industrial Arts Alpha Phi Omega, Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn.. Judaic Club (President, jr. year), Kampus Vue, Ski Club NDERSOY I WET (WILLIAMS), 173 Prichard St., Fitchburg, Mass., Special Education ... Dra- matic Club. Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Saxifrage Board (Editor), Special Education Club. Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges ANDERSON, PAUL E.. 19 Watson Ave., Worcester, Mass., Industrial Arts ARCHON. FRANCES E., 86 Orchard St., Salem, Mass., Special Education . . . Glee Club, Host and Host- ess Club, Ski C lub, Special Education Club, Mental Health Tutoring Program ARENSTAM. SARAH A., Main St., Russell, Mass., Nursing . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Nursing Club VBUCHON, ERNEST F., 130 Fifth St., Leominster. Mass., Biology . . . Biology Club, Intramural Soft- ball. Intramural Basketball, Intramural Football U GEX5TERN, ARTHUR, 807 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Mass., Industrial Arts ... Esoteric Society, Fitch- burg Industrial Arts Assn., Judaic Club WELLAR, JOAN, 178 Church St., New Bedford, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn., Student Christian Assn., Hiking Club BAKER. SHARON L., 175 Cedar St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary . . . Adelphian Society, Judaic Club, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. B RAC, STANLEY, 220 Brown St., So. Attleboro Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Esoteric Society (Treas- urer, sr. year), Men ' s Dormitory Board, Newman Club, Ski Club, Intramural Football, Intramural Softball, Intramural Basketball I; KI V, DEBORAH A., 12 Bonditch Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass., Special Education . . . Adelphian Society, Host and Hostess Club, Special Education Club, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Mental Health Tutoring Program, Newman Club BEAY M.I.X NDER, 11 Cross St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary ... Alpha Phi Omega (Correspond- 5 . ' Ctary. jr. and sr. year) BEA1 REGARD, I ' M L D., 156 Coleman St., Gardner, Mass., Elementary ... Alpha Phi Omega (Presi- i ■ irj, Newman Club BENBENEK, THOMAS, 39 Franklin St., Marlboro, Mass., Elementary . . . Newman Club BENDER, MICHAEL, 71 Cedar St., Clinton, Mass., Industrial Arts ... Epsilon Pi Tau (Secretary), Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Host and Hostess, Judaic Club, Kampus Vue, Logos Honor Society (Secretary and Treasurer), Mohawk Club, S. T.E. A.M., Track Team, Intramural Basketball, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Dean ' s List BENNETT, BERNARD, 60 North Te han St., Randolph, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Esoteric Society, New- man Club, Dean ' s List, Intramurals, N.E.I.A.T.A. BERTHIAUME, THEODORE, 313a Crescent St., Waltham, Mass., Industrial Arts BERTHOLD, GERTRUDE, 77 Sandy Pond Rd., Ayer, Mass., English B.S. BESARKARSKI, JUDITH A., 59 Fish St., Athol, Mass., Elementary BIANCHI, STEVEN, 48 Verndale Ave., Attelboro, Mass., Biology . . . Dramatic Club, Esoteric Club. Host and Hostess BLOCK, ROBERT, 36 Chestnut St., Fitchburg, Mass., N.M. BONDER, HEDWIG, 148 Vernon St., Worcester, Mass., Nursing . Club, Newman Club, Nursing Club Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess BORSARI, ANNE E., Country Rd., West Wareham, Mass., Nursing . . . Newman Club, Nursing Club BOYCE, EDWARD F., 80 Highland St., Berlin, Mass., History . . . BRADLEY, CAROLYN, 242 Plesant St., East Longmeadow, Mass., Nursing . . . Glee Club, Newman Club, Tokalon Society, Nursing Club (Treasurer) BRADSHAW, MARY P., 12 Charles St., Haverhill, Mass., Elementary ... Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club, S. T.E. A.M., (Vice President sr. year), Student Government Representa- tive, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Hiking Club BROWN, SHIRLEY F., 293 Grafton St., Shrewsbury, Mass., Elementary Women s Athletic Assn. Student Christian Vssn., BROWNE, JOHN, Rolling Acers Road. Lunenburg, Mass., History BUCHAN, PETER, 215 Elm St., Leominster, Mass., History . . . Gavaleer Society BULLARD, JAMES, 35 Berkshire Rd.. Framingham, Mass., Industrial iris ... Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn.. Student Christian Assn., American Industrial its .ssn., N.E.I. . . BURKE, VIRGINIA M., 80 Newporl St., Arlington, Mass., Elementary Society, S.T.E.A.M.. Women ' s Vthletic ssn. . . Newman Club, Phil BURNS. ROSEMARY, 73 Moore St., Fall River, Mass., Special Education ... Most and lb.-,— CI Kampus Vue. Newman Club. Ski Club. Special Education Club. S. T.E. A.M.. Women ' s Vthlel 169 ill RNSIDE, I II N I MRS.), L08 Bayberrj Hill, Wesl Townsend, Mass., Math Bl II IK. CAROl E .. 6 Verdun St.. Cambridge, Mass.. Elementary ... Adelphian Society (Vice-Presi- dent). Dramatic Club, Newman Club, S.T.E.A.M.. Women ' s Athletic Assn., Women ' s Dormitory Board I o . BARBARA K.. 1 t5 Wend ward Way, W. Yarmouth, Nursing ... Newman Club, Nursing Club ( ' V GH. ELLEN F., Ballard Hill, Lancaster, Mass., Elementary . . . Band (Secretary), Glee Club (President), Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club. Tokalon Society, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Madrigals CECHIN, JO V.NN, 80 Woodland St., Fitchburg, Mass., English B.A. . . . Dramatic Club (Secretary), Host and Hostess Club. Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Philodemic Society (President, sr. year), Saxifrage Board i Literary Editor), Women ' s Athletic Assn., Sophomore Class Secretary, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges CHAD. RONALD. 69 McCarthy Ave., Cherry Valley, Mass., Special Education . . . Special Education Club CHARLES, SANDRA. 82 Neighborhood Rd., Gardner, Mass., Biology . . . Host and Hostess Club, Bi- ology Club CHARLES. SARAH, 82 Neighborhood Rd., Gardner, Mass., Elementary Feature Editor, sr. year), Tokalon Society, Freshman Class Secretary Kampus Vue (Special CHASE, ELEANOR A., Calamint Hill Road, Princeton, Mass., Nursing . . . Dramatic Club (Secretary, sr. year), Student Christian Assn., Nursing Club CLARK. RUTH ANN, 430 Pleasant St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . CORCORAN, MARGARET T., 15 Taylor Ave., Brockton, Mass., Special Education . . . Adelphian So- ciety, Forum, Glee Club, Newman Club (Secretary), Special Education Club (President, sr. year; Vice-President, jr. year), Women ' s Athletic Assn., Madrigals CORMIER, JANE, 14 Richmond St., Gardner, Mass., Special Education . . . Special Education Club CORMIER, MARCELLE, 117 Leamy St., Gardner, Mass., Elementary . . . ( ' )LRSY, SANDRA, 189 Dean St., Taunton, Mass., Elementary . . . Newman Club, Philodemic Society, omen ' s Athletic Assn. GOYLE, JOHANNA, 42 Nohlehurst Ave., Pittsfield, Mass., Special Education ... Dramatic Club, New- man Club, Philodemic Society, Saxifrage Board, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. ' VRNIONK . JOSEPH, Tucker St., E. Pepperell, Mass., English B.S. . . . Drama Club, Library Music ! i am . MARJORIE M.. 81 Sylvan Rd., S. Lancaster, Mass., Elementary . . . Women ' s Athletic Assn. 1 DEERING, SCOTT A., 428 Main St., Medfield, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Commuting Board, Dramatic Club, Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Gavaleer Society, Student Christian Assn. DEIGNAN, FRANCIS, 42 Collins St., Worcester, Mass., Elementary . . . Esoteric Society, Newman Club, Ski Club D ' ELIA, JOHN, 6 Normal St., Worcester, Mass., Math . . . DEMATTO, MARYANN, 167 Park St., Easthampton, Mass.,.Nursing . . . Host and Hostess, Newman Club, Nursing Club DINATALE, BERNARD, 315 Canton St., Fitchburg., Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Epsilon Pi Tau (vice- president), Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn. (vice-president, Gavaleer Society (vice-president), Logos Honor Society (president), Who ' s Who Among Students, Inter-Fraternity Council DUCHARME, ROBERT R., 46 N. Main., Webster, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Mohawk Club, S.T.E.A.M., Intramurals, New England Industrial Arts Teachers Assn. DUDDY, ROY A., 8 Kiberd Dr., N. Chelmsford, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Epsilon Pi Tau, S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Assn., N.E.I.A.A., A.I.A.A., Hockey DULULIO, SANDRA A., (MacDONALD), 166 Seventh St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary ... Philo- demic Society, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Dean ' s List ECKFELDT, PHYLLIS (MRS.), 515 Mt. Elam Rd., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary Women ' s Athletic Assn., Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Students S.T.E.A.M., EMERSON, NANCY, 63 Old City Rd., W. Townsend, Mass., English B.S. . . . Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess, Philodemic Club, Ski Club ERWIN, PATRICIA (TRZNADEL), 127 Pacific St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary . . . Glee Club, Host and Hostess, Philodemic Society, Ski Club, S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Assn. FALCONE, ANGELA, 11 Benson St., Worcester, Mass., Nursing Women ' s Athletic Assn. Commuting Board. Newman Club FALCONE, ANTHONY J., 11 Benson St., Worcester, Mass., Industrial .Iris . . . Forum, Gavaleer Society (president and treasurer), Student Government Representative (sr. year) FARIA, WILLIAM G., 19 Harris St.. Boston, Mass.. Industrial his . . . Fitchburg Industrial Irts bsn., Glee Club. N.E.I.A.T.A., Intra-Mural Basketball. Dean ' s l.isl FERUS, CONSTANCE, 9 Hafey St.. Chicopee, Mass., Elementary ... Newman Club (Recording Secre- tary), Philodemic Society (Recording Secretary), W.A. A. (President), S.T.E. A.M., FINAMORE, PAULA, Woodlane, Hollis, N.H. FIORINE, PATRICIA, 22 Yolk Road, Dedham, Elementary . . . Hosl and Hosti ( lub, Newman I lub, Philodemic Society, S.T.E.A.M. 171 FIRM Wl. I I IN V, 1 12 Seventh St.. Leominster, Mass., Elementary . Club. Tokalon Socieh llosl and Hostess Club, Newman FOLEY, BONNIE MM. 1. Sumner Wenue, Springfield, Mass., Nursing ... Nursing Club, (Secretary), Forum, Host and Hostess. cu man Club. S.T.E. A.M.. Student Cbristian Assn., Tokalon Society, . . . F01 KMKH. IK WCKS L. 213 St. Joseph Ave., Fitchburg, Mass., Special Education . . . Junior Class Vice President. Senior Class Vice President, W.A.A. (Secretary), Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess Ciub. Newman Club, I ' hilodemie Society, Saxifrage Board, Special Education Club, I R] 1 M . JOHN M.. 19 Freeman St., Norton, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . I Kl C11. GEORGE R.. 550 East State St., Granby, Mass.. English B.A. Treasurer). Kampus Vue. Student Christian Assn., Glee Club Drama Club (Secretary, GALLAGHER. MARCIA. 125 Phillips St., Fitchburg, Mass., Math . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club GATELY, FRANCIS H. JR.. 8 Bond St., Spencer, Mass., N.M. . . . GELINAS, JUDY A., 353 Shea St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club, W.A.A. GILCHRIST. JUDITH B., Windridge, Ashby, Mass., English B.S. GILLIS. FREDERICK. 14 Greenville Rd., Ashby, Mass., History . . . Basketball, Baseball, Mohawk Club, S.T.E. A.M., Special Education Club GIUXTA. CAROL, 42 Country Lane, Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . W.A.A. GOGLEX, PHILIP W., 19 Greenwood Place, Gardner, Mass., Geography . . . Logos Honor Society, New- man Club. Intramural Basketball, Dean ' s List GOGUEN. VICTOR. 148 St. Joseph Ave., Fitchburg, Mass., History . . . GOODHEART, NANCY, 133 Whitney St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club GOSENDE, JOSEPH, 11 Lake Drive, N. Wilbraham, Mass., Biology . . . GRADY, WILLIAM, 38 Avon St., Holliston, Mass., Elementary . . . Esoteric Society, Men ' s Dormitory Board (Treasurer), Newman Club, Ski Club GR U TSKI, RON LD. 217 Seventh St., Leominster, Mass., Biology GR VVELINE, NE LE, 19 Cedar Ave., Millbury, Mass., History . . . Gavaleer Society GREEN, 1. 1.1 IT! . 39 Talbot St., Lowell, Mass., Special Education . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club. Special Education Club 72 GUNZELMANN, RICHARD, Old Colony Lane, Arlington, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Alpha Phi Omega, Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Soccer Team, Hockey Team GUNZELMANN, SUSAN, 193 Spring St., Arlington, Mass., Elementary Club, Saxifrage Board, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. Dramatic Club, Newman HAKKARAINEN, THELMA, (MRS.), Ellis Road, Westminster, Mass., English B.S. . . . Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges HALLORAN, JOHN, 20 Dorothy Ave., Worcester, Mass., Elementary . . . Freshman Class Treasurer, Host and Hostess Club, S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Assn., Baseball HATHAWAY, JOHN, 531 Lindell Ave., Leominster, Mass., History . . . Dramatic Club ( President, sr. year), Esoteric Society (Board of Directors), Host and Hostess Club (President, jr. year), Ski Club. Track Team HEMINGWAY, ANNE L., 29 Fifth St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary ... Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Tokalon Society (Treasurer, sr. year) HENNEMAN, LINDA E., Turkey Hill Road, Belchertown, Mass., Nursing . . . Nursing Club HORGAN, THOMAS J., 4 Second St., Leominster, Mass., History . . . HUOT, RICHARD A., 98 Bradwell St., So. Hadley Falls, Mass., Industrial Arts ... Fitchburg Indus- trial Arts Assn. (Treasurer, sr. year), Gavaleer Society (Vice-President, sr. year), Student Chris- tian Assn. IRIS, JACQUELINE K., 99 Beech St., Lowell, Mass., Special Education . . . Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Saxifrage Board, Ski Club, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Mental Health Tutoring Program JAILLET, RICHARD E., 474 Main St., Gardner, Mass., Geography . .. Commuter ' s Hoard I Treasurer. jr. year), Dramatic Club, Esoteric Society, Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club. Saxifrage Board (Business Manager), Special Kduealion Club JOHNSON, STEVEN, 83 Cedar St., Fitchburg, Mass., English B.A. ... Dramatic Club, Esoteric Society, Forum, Glee Club, Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Logos Honor Society. Saxifrage Board, Student Christian Assn.. Student Government Representative, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges JOLIE, PAUL, 51 Berlin St.. Vuburn, Mass.. Geography ... Dramatic Club. Fsoteric Society, Newman Club, Ski Club (President). Intramural Koolball. Intramural Softball, Intramural Baseball KANGAS, RICHARD D., 47 Elmwood, St., Maynard, Mass., Math ... KARPEICHIK, THOMAS A.. 89 Sterling St., Clinton, Mass, Elementary KELLY. DOROTHY, 60 Salem St.. Fitchburg, Mass., Nursing ... Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Newman Club. Ski Club (Seeretarv), Woman ' s tbletie Vssn., Nursing Club S.N.A.M. 173 KERRIGAN, MARGl ERITE, L93 Woodlawn St., Clinton, Mass., ursint Newman Cluh, Women ' s Vthletic Vssn.. Nursing Club llosl and Hostess Club, KINGMAN, II I EN (SEARS), 96 Grove St., Shrewsbury, Mass.. Vursint Nursing Club Student Christian Assn. KNOX, PATRICIA, 2 Mill Road, Littleton, Mass.. Elementary - r.E. .M.. Women ' s Vthletic Vssn. . . Adelphian Society, Newman Club, KORNIK, I ' ll l l IS J., 63 Pierce St.. Leominster. Mass.. Industrial Arts Vssn., Gavaleer Society, Baseball Fitchburg Industrial Arts Ki IRZON, II VINE, 65 Vernon St., Greenfield, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Philodemic Society. Saxifrage Board, S.T.E.A.M. (President), Women ' s Athletic Assn. KRAEMER, SHEILA. 936F Perimeter Road, Fort Devens, Mass., English B.S. KRIKORIAN, RONALD M.. 2 Towbridge Road, Worcester, Mass., Industrial Arts ... Fitchburg In- dustrial Arts V.ssn., Gavaleer Society, Logos Honor Society, Ski Club, Intramurals, N.E.I.A.T.A. KULLMAN, RICHARD A., 41 Iliad St., Leominster, Mass., Industrial Arts Arts Assn., Host and Hostess Club, Student Christian Assn. Fitchburg Industrial LAMMI, HELEN (MRS.), 141 Fitchburg Rd., Townsend, Mass., Elementary Athletic Assn., Dean ' s List . S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s LAMONTAGNE, MARJORIE (MRS.), West Main St., Westminster, Mass.. Elementary ... S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn., Dean ' s List LARSON. BRUCE R., 32 Mechanic St., Fitchburg, Industrial Arts . . . Epsilon Pi Tau, Fitchburg In- dustrial Arts Assn., Ski Club LAVOIE. DONNA S., 266 Pleasant St., Leominster, Mass., Math . . . Host and Hostess Club, Kampus ue. Newman Club LAWRENCE, ANTHONY, Lowell Road, Groton, History LAWRENCE, RICHARD P., 138 South St., Quincy, Industrial Arts LE BLANC. JOSEPH P., 60 Day St., Fitchburg, Mass., History . . . Commuter ' s Board, Logos Honor So- ciety, .Mohawk Ciulj (Vice-President), Intramural Basketball, Intramural Football, Intramural Foot- Ijall, Dean ' s List IIKL. ROGER E., Lancaster, Mass., Special Education . . . Forum, Judaic Club (President), Kampus Vue, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Student Government Representative. 5ICZKA, JOANNE M., 22 Coolidge Ave., Haverhill, Mass Elementary ... Host and Hostess Club, nan Club, S.T.E.A.M, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Hiking Club LEYLAND, KAREN, 3499 North Main St., Fall River, Mass., Special Education ... Student Govern- Ri presentative, Special Education Club (President, jr. year), Women ' s Athletic Assn. (Treas- 74 urer, jr. year), Student Christian Assn. (President sr. year) LINDSAY, REGINA C, 27 Ledgelawn Ave., Lexington, Mass., Special Education . . . Dramatic Club. Host and Hostess Club, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Assn., Tokalon Society LOGAN, JOHN K., Lakeside Drive, Dudley, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Host and Hostess Club, Mohawk Club, S.T.E.A.M., Intramurals, N.E.I.A.T.A. LYNCH, STEPHEN, 9 Ferdinand St., Worcester, Mass., Industrial Arts . Assn., Gavaleer Society Fitchburg Industrial Arts MACK, MARY ANN, 56 Arlington St., Fitchburg, Mass., English B.A. . . . Newman Club, Ski Club, Wom- en ' s Athletic Assn., Cultural Committee MACK, VINCENT, 99 Bird St., Stoughton, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Epsilon Pi Tan, Esoteric Society, Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Newman Club MACFARLANE, ANN T., 49 Florence St., New Bedford, Mass. Nursing MACKAY, MARION, 27 Tolman St., Sharon, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Philodemic Club, Saxifrage Board, S.T.E.A.M. (Secretary), Women ' s Athletic Assn., Wom- an ' s Dormitory Board MACPHEE, LYMAN, South Row, Townsend, Mass., Industrial Arts MAGNER, ELEANOR, 87 Cary Ave., Milton, Mass., Elementary . . . Newman Club, S.T.E.A.M. MAHAR, EDWARD, 463 North St., Fitchburg, Mass., Biology . . . MANNING, JOAN (McCARTHY), 4 Willard St., Ayer, Mass., Biology . . . Adelphian Society, Dramatic Club (Vice-President), Newman Club, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. MARCHETTI, JUDITH, 270 Mulpus Road. Lunenburg, Mass., Biology MATHIEU, JANE, 74 Blossom St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and 1 1 »-t r ■-- ( " lull. Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Philodemic Society, Ski Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Vssn. McCALLUM, CHARLES, Oxford Road, Douglas, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Esoteric Society, Glee Club, Kampus Vue, Ski Club. S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Vssn., Track McCARTHY, LINDA, 80 Atlantic Ave.. Fitchburg, Mass., Special Education ... Commuter 1 Board (Treasurer), Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Saxifrage Hoard. Ski Club. Special Education Club. Mental Health Tutoring Program, Who ' s Who in American I niversities and Colleges McDEVITT, EILEEN M., 256 Summer St.. Ve month, Mass . Spet lal Education . . . Vdelphian S i (President ), Dramatic Club. Newman Club Special Education Club, Women ' s Vthletii Usn., Inter- Social Club Counei I 175 McGl [RE, MM REEN, Sterling St.. Lancaster, Mass., Special Education Newman Club, Special Education Club . Host and Hostess Clul), Mel l GH1 IN, .1 MKS. 40 We Dr.. Clinton. Mass.. History ... Intramurals M. M UION. M MO I.. 15 Lunt St.. Quincy, Mass.. Nursing . . . Glee Club, Newman Club, Student Gov- ernment Representative, Tokalon Society. Nursing Club McNEIl - M RITI . Barrett ' s Mill Rd., Concord, Mass., History Ml. I ESKI, MARY, 156 Village St.. Millis, Mass.. Nursing .. . Adelphian Society, Glee Club, Newman Club. Nursing Club MEREDITH, PATRICIA (MRS.). 245 Richardson Rd., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary M1KAELIAN. ANNA (MRS.). 1 Cedar St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club, S.T.E.A.M.. Women ' s Athletic Assn., Dean ' s List MILLS. ROBERT J.. 132 Federal St., Wilmington, Mass., Industrial Arts Assn., Student Christian Assn. Fitchburg Industrial Arts MINIUKS, BARBARA A., 79 Adams St., Orange, Mass., Biology . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club. Saxifrage Board, S.T.E.A.M., Biology Club, Independent Study Program MOLAN. ANN. 36 Chestnut St., Weston, Mass., Special Education . . . Newman Club, Special Education, Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. MORRISSEY, PATRICIA, 172 Myrtle Ave., Fitchburg, Mass., English B.A. . . . Dramatic Club, Glee Club. Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Ski Club, Women ' s Athletic Assn., Music Library Committee MULHOLLAND, SUSAN, 109 Pacific St., Fitchburg, Mass., Nursing MURPHY, FRANCES, 50 North St., Topsfield, Mass., Nursing NAVAROLI, ALBERT, 138 High St., Leominster, Mass., Biology murals Biology Club, Basketball, Intra- MTTI. ANTHONY. 7 Walnut St., Auburn, Mass., History . . . Forum, Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club NOLAN, DENNIS, 30 Hanpden St., North Hampton, Mass., History ... Dramatic Club, Esoteric So- ciety, Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Saxifrage Board, Men ' s Intramural Board (Vice-President), Basketball A M VY CARL L., 378 Worcester St., West Boylston, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts :i.. Gavaleer Society, N.E.I.A.T.A., Basketball, Intramurals O ' BRIEN. M )TJ IN, 84 Partridge Ave., Somerville, Mass., Biology . . . Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Kam- pua Vue (Sports Editor, sr. year), Men ' s Dormitory Board, Newman Club, Biology Club, Student 176 Government Representative (fresh, year), Junior Class Treasurer, M.I.B. (President, sr. year), Baseball, Soccer O ' BRIEN, THOMAS, 16 Ingalls St., Woburn, Mass., Special Education . . . Esoteric Society, Special Education Club, Intramurals, Mental Health Tutoring Program O ' CONNELL, MARGARET, 1491 Highland Ave., Fall River, Mass., Special Education . . . Adelphian Society, Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., Women ' s Athletic Assn. O ' CONNOR, PHILIP, West Princeton Rd., Westminster, Mass., Industrial Arts O ' DONNELL, MARILYN H., 13 Oak St., Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . Dramatic Club, Ski Club, Student Christian Assn., Women ' s Athletic Assn. OKERMAN, BEATRICE (MRS.), 1 Townsend Harbor Rd., Lunenburg, Mass., Elementary OLIVEIRA, EDWARD, 279 Hillman St., New Bedford, Mass., History . . . Kampus Vue, Mohawk Club ORSINI, KAREN, 16 Middlesex St., N. Chelmsford, Mass., Nursing . . . Nursing Club OUSLEY, NANCY, Boon Rd., Stow, Mass., Math PALO, MARCIA, Mclntire Rd., Fitchburg, Mass., Nursing ... Ski Club, Student Christian Assn., Tokalon Society, Nursing Club PAQUETTE, SUSAN, 31 Lancaster St., Worcester, Mass., Nursing . . . Glee Club, Host and Hostess Club, Student Christian Assn., Nursing Club PAWLAK, SAMUEL, 10 Leonard St., Foxboro, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Mohawk Club, Student Christian Assn., Sophomore Class Treasurer, Men ' s Intramural Board (Vice-President), Basketball, Baseball, Soccer (Co-Captain ) PAYNE, LARRY D., 231 Beacon St., Framingham, Mass., History . . . Alpha Phi Omega (Treasurer), Forum, Host and Hostess Club, Men ' s Dormitory Board, Student Assn., Student Government Repre- sentative (sr. year) PERKINS, BRUCE, 215 Pleasant St., Wakefield, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Esoteric Society. Newman Club, Ski Club PETERSON, NANCY, 198 Pearl St., Fitchburg, Mass., Nursing . . . Dramatic Club. Newman Club, To- kalon Society, Nursing Club PICCICUTO, JOANN, 50 Woodsome Ave., Leominster, Mass., Elementary . . . Commuter ' s Board, Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club PLASSE, GLORIA, 8 Harris St., Webster, Mass., Nursing . . . Glee Club, Hosl and Hostess Club, New- man Club, Nursing Club POIRIER, JANICE, 198 West St., Leominster, Mass., Medical Technology ... Commuter ' s Board and soph, years), Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Tokalon Society (Treasurer, jr. Women ' s Athletic Assn. 77 PRATT, MARTHA, 10 Greenrock Road, Sherbom, Mass.. Nursing ... Glee Club, Host and Hostess Club, Student Christian Usn., S.N. .M.. Womens Vthletic Assn.. Nursing Club 1 ' OW IKS. ROBERT, 73 Elmwood St.. uhurn. Mass.. Special ' Education Special Education Club Host and Hostess Clul), Q! 1M N. JOAN i MRS. i. 1 Crest We.. Lunenburg., Mass.. Elementary Women ' s thletic Vssn., Dean ' s List Glee Clul), Kampus Vue, RAEKE, ISABEU-E (HEGAR ' H I. 53 Elinsore St., Concord, Mass., Special Education ... Host and HoMess Clul). Newman Club. Special Education Club, S.T.E. A.M., Student Government Represenla- tive i soph, year) KUTI ' RTY. WILLIAM. 215 Chestnut St., Franklin, Mass., History ... Mohawk Club RAMONDELLI. CAROL. 163 Blossom St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary . . . Commuter ' s Board, Dra- matic Club. Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Newman Club, Philodemic Society (Treasurer, sr. year). Saxifrage Board. Women ' s Athletic Assn., Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges (jr. and sr. years) REID. DONNA. 31 Kemble St., Lenox, Mass., Nursing . . . Newman Club, Nursing Club RENDA. CHERIE. 313 Clarendon St., Fitchburg, Mass., History . . . Commuter ' s Board (fr. year), Host and Hostess Club, Vice President of Freshman Class RICHARD. ANNE. 262 Oak Hill Road, Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary RINGUETTE, ROBERT, 39 Beverly St., Fall River, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Fitchburg Industrial Arts Assn., Mohawk Club. Saxifrage Board (sports editor), S.T.E. A.M., Men ' s Intramural Board (Sec- retary, sr. year), Basketball Team (Manager, jr. year), Baseball Team (Manager, jr. year), Soccer Team (Co-Captain, jr. year), American Industrial Arts Assn. ROBERTS. GEORGE, Oakdale Road, Sterling Junction, Mass., Industrial Arts ROBERTS, NOREEN, 123 White St., Lunenburg, Mass., Nursing . . . Host and Hostess Club, Newman Club, Tokalon Society (Treasurer, jr. year) ROMEO, DONALD, 223 Third Ave., Cranston, Rhode Island, Industrial Arts ... Fitchburg Industrial il« Wn.. Ho-l and Hostess Club, Men ' s Dormitory Board (jr. year), Mohawk Club (sr. year, Presi- dent), Newman Club, N.E.I.A.T.A., Intramurals ROl SSEAU, CAROL, 245 Lenox St., Athol, Mass., Elementary . Athletic Assn. . Host and Hostess Club, Women ' s K Y JOSEPH, 9 Bartlett St., Charlestown, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Mohawk Club, Newman Club, I ■- !. i earn -AM I . GLOUGL. 73 Wall St., Worcester, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Band (Treasurer, soph, year), Fitchburg Industrial - Assn., Men ' s Dormitory Board (soph, year), Ski Club, S.T.E. A.M., Eso- teric Society, Intramurals, Junior Class President, Senior Class President SAMPSON, DAVID, 100 Old Mill Road, Shrewsbury, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Esoteric Society (President, sr. year), Host and Hostess Club, Men ' s Dormitory Board, Interclub Social Council SANDERS, DOUGLAS, 105 Blossom St., Fitchburg, Mass., English List Logos Honor Society, Dean ' s SANTOS, MARY-ANN, 253 Arnold St., New Bedford, Mass., Elementary . . . Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess Club (Secretary, soph, year), Newman Club, Saxifrage Board, S.T.E.A.M. (Treasurer, sr. year), Tokalon Society SHANKMAN, MURIEL, 64 Calumet St., New Bedford, Mass., Elementary . . . Dramatic Club, Treas- urer, sr. year), Forum, Glee Club, Host and Hostess Club, Kampus Vue, Ski Club, S.T.E.A.M., Stu- dent Christian Assn. SHAW, WILLIAM, 26 Vista Ave., Leominster, Mass., English SHEVCHUK, GEORGE, 25 Howarth Ave., So. Attelboro, Mass., History . . . Esoteric Society, S.T.E.A.M., Student Christian Assn., Senior Class Treasurer, Dean ' s List, Basketball Team (Co-Captain, sr. year), Intramurals SMITH, JANICE, 15Vi Gold St., Meriden, Conn., Special Education ... Adelphian Society, Glee Club, Special Education Club, Student Christian Assn. SMITH, RICHARD, 43 Brigham Park, Fitchburg., Mass., History SOKOLOWSKI, ANTHONY, 614 Parker St., Gardner, Mass., Math . . . Gavaleer Society STEVENS, ROGER, 498 Kings Highway, West Springfield, Mass., Industrial Arts . . . Dramatic Club, Esoteric Society, Men ' s Dormitory Board (fr. year), Newman Club, Ski Club. Intramurals STRATTON, SANDRA, 39 Riddell St., Greenfield, Mass., Special Education . . . Dramatic Club, New- man Club, Ski Club, Special Education Club, Tokalon Society (President, sr. year) STROMSKI, EVA, 52 Westford St., Gardner, Mass., History STRUBLE, MAUREEN, Shirley Industrial School, Shirley, Mass., English . . . Dramatic Club, Newman Club, S.T.E.A.M., Tokalon Society, Women ' s Dormitory Board (soph, year) STUCKEY, MARCIA, 255 Bridge St., Gardner, Mass., Elementary . . . Host and Hostess Club SUGRUE, THOMAS, 250 South St.. Fitchburg, Mass., Histoi Gavaleer Society Fitchburg Industrial rts ssn., SULLIVAN, MARY ELIZABETH, Mill St.. Monroe Bridge. Mass., Sursing ... Newman Club, Vurs Club THOMPSON, THEODORE. 7 Kaweoche Ct., West Townsend, Mass., History Forum. Intramural Basketball. Dean ' s List Esoteric Society 79 rOKARZ, PI UK. L5 Brookline St., Webster, Mass., Industrial Arts ... Esoteric Society (Treasurer, year, Secretary, sr. year), Fitchburg Industrial i is ssii.. Newman Club (President, sr. year), Ski Club, S.T.E.A.M. rORCOl I 111. M Mill • ' . 12 Oakdale We., Fitchburg, Mass.. Elementary ... Host and Hostess Club UCKER, (Mill KIM ' . 308 Milk St.. Fitchburg, Mass.. Math Club . Host and Hostess Club, Newman 1IW EG, GORDON, 223 So. Vshburnham Rd.. Westminster, Mass., Math . Kampus ue . Host and Hostess Club, VIEWEG, MARTIN, 223 So. Ashburnham Rd., Westminster, Mass., English ... Kampus Vue, Logos Honor Society, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Fitchburg State Cultural Committee VINER, FREDERICK, Kirchner Road, Becket, Mass., Industrial Arts . — n.. Men ' s Dormitory Board (fr. year), Student Christian Assn. . Fitchburg Industrial Arts VOLANTE. WILLIAM, 37 Fairview St., Leominster, Mass., Special Education . . . Mohawk Club, New- man Club. Special Education Club VOWLES, ROBERT, 21 Plesant St., Fitchburg, Mass, Biology WARREN. BARBARA, 71 Seminole Rd., West Acton, Mass., Nursing . . . Student Christian Assn., To- kalon Society. Nursing Club (Vice-President, sr. year) WEEKS, LINDA, Russell Hill Rd., Ashburnham, Mass., English B.S. WIITA. RUTH M., 371 Sheldon Rd., Fitchburg, Mass., N.M. Y ILLIAMS, JEFFREY, 10 Emerson Gardens, Lexington, Mass., History . . . Band, Dramatic Club, Esoter- ic Society, Glee Club, Student Christian Assn., Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Student Government Assn. (President, jr. and sr. year), Tennis Team (Captain, sr. year), Madrigal Singers, Octet, Intramurals WILLIAMSON, MICHAEL, 24 Mt. Vernon St., Fitchburg, Mass., Elementary WOOD, RUPERT, Depot Rd., Harvard, Mass., Math . . . Band, Dramatic Club, Gavaleer Society, Glee Club, Student Christian Assn., Madrigals YENK WITCH. JOSEPH, 587 Plesant St., Norwood, Mass., History . . . Esoteric Society, Forum, Kam- pus Vue, Newman Club (Treasurer, sr. year), Ski Club, S.T.E. A.M., Intramural Softball 5TOUNG, LINDA, West Main St., Westminster, Mass., Elementary ... Dramatic Club, Host and Hostess I ib. 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